Our Health insurance first aid kit give you the facts about private medical insurance so you can make an informed choice when you compare health insurance policies and providers.
Dental insurance plans can vary considerably in the cover they offer - make sure you know how to compare the cost of safeguarding your smile.
Find out whether it's cost-effective to insure your entire family's health on one policy and how to buy cover.
Self-employed people need to protect their health to safeguard their income. Health insurance can help freelancers access fast, reliable healthcare.
A cancer diagnosis can be devastating, but won’t necessarily trigger a significant financial burden if you already have a health insurance policy.
Did you know that a cleaner lifestyle could lead to a reduction in the cost of your premiums?
How being healthy affects premiums »
Smoking and vaping can increase the costs of an insurance policy, but those costs could be reduced after 12 months if the applicant can ditch the habit.
If you have a disability or you become disabled, you might benefit from health insurance, critical illness and income protection policies you hold.
Long-term care policies are few and far between, but savers are investing elsewhere to protect their wealth and ensure comprehensive care later in life.
If you’re working or living abroad you’ll want peace of mind that if you or your family get ill, or have an accident, that you have access to medical treatment.
Your health insurance policy may provide financial support during pregnancy, labour and after your baby is born.
If you’ve experienced a mental illness like depression or bipolar disorder, you may have to disclose it to insurers. Find out if you’re affected and the laws that protect you.
Find out more about private healthcare, including what it covers, the advantages and disadvantages and how health insurance can help with the cost.
If you’re undergoing treatment for cancer, you may have to disclose it to insurers and other financial providers. Here we've summarised everything you need to know.
Find out all about the Claims and Underwriting Exchange database (Cue) and how it could impact on your search for health insurance.
Claims and Underwriting Exchange database (Cue) »
Do you know the difference between financial guidance and advice? Or how to find an independent adviser? Find out more...
Healthcare cash plans are different to life insurance. Find out what they pay for and whether they're the right option for you.
Our guide to making a will can help you with all aspects of writing a will, including how to approach it and whether you need professional advice.
Making a will »
If you're considered a high risk by insurers, arranging life protection and insurance policies can be more expensive - find out more about keeping down the costs.
High risk life protection policies »
Learn about the sort of access to your medical records insurers may request when you apply for policies like life insurance and health insurance.
Insurers' access to medical records »
Both professional and occasional sportspeople need to think about the insurance cover they need for their person, equipment and dependants. Team members should consider insurance for sports clubs and players.
If you're aged 50 and above, read more about some of the life protection and insurance options you may want to consider.
Life protection policies for older people »
Terminal illness cover is included on many life insurance policies. It's important to know how it works as it may not offer all the cover you expect...
Terminal illness cover »
Find out more about waiver of premium clauses and why they may be worth considering on health insurance policies and other financial products.
Waiver of premium »